International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Tata Chemicals Best Chemistry Teacher Award-2011 Damodar Prabhu   |   added on Aug 25, 2011    |    India As a part of the celebration of IYC 2011 in India,Tata Chemicals Limited, Mumbai has partnered with Association of Chemistry Teachers to institute 'Best Chemistry Teacher Award' in six categories.The Award will recognise the efforts of Chemistry teachers and educators in the cause of Chemistry Education.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, networking, best chemistry teacher awards Audience: professors, educators, teachers, universities, educational institutions, tertiary education

Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP) meeting for IYC / Encuentro PUCP por el Año Internacional de la Química 2011 Margaret Chavez   |   added on Aug 21, 2011    |    Peru A meeting open to the public was organized Aug 22 at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú ; it featured many problems and applications that chemistry can address to protect our environment.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, conferences, sustainable and green chemistry, seminars Audience: students, professional chemists, general public, professors, educators, research scientists, universities, women chemists, educational institutions, teachers

Ateneo Chemistry Society Week 2011 - Ignition: Fueling The Future Forward Gian Karlo Dapul   |   added on Aug 19, 2011    |    Philippines With the theme “Ignition: Fueling the Future Forward”, the Ateneo Chemistry Society of the Ateneo de Manila University seeks to enhance the appreciation of the central science in the campus through a week-long celebration that centers on how chemistry's applications are the beginning of a bright and passionate future.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, hands-on activities, seminars, games, exhibits, future of chemistry Audience: students, professional chemists, general public, professors, educators, universities

On the fundamental business of fifteen domestic [japanese] chemical companies Noriyuki Yonezawa   |   added on Aug 13, 2011    |    Japan Lecture of chemists or related persons who work for domestic chemical companies will be held for the young chemists and students in the Meeting of Kanto Branch of Chemical Society of Japan. The contents of lectures are focused to the fundamental business of each company.
Topic: conferences, educational materials, seminars Audience: students, professional chemists, general public, educators, universities, industrial chemists

UPLB CHEM 16 Inter-Laboratory Quiz Contest 2011 Rowell Abogado   |   added on Aug 13, 2011    |    Philippines A free, college-level, inter-laboratory class quiz competition open to students of the University of the Philippines - Los Baños currently taking up CHEM 16.1 (General Chemistry I Laboratory). The contest is centered on the applications of Chemistry and themed: "Zooming the Advancement of Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology".
Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, competition, nanotechnology, pharmaceutical chemistry Audience: students, universities, professors, educators, industrial chemists, professional chemists, researchers